It’s Finally Time to Ignore the Hype

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Hype and excessive hype surrounds animated films these days. It’s an endless parade of marketing strategy and clever psychological tricks that leaves audiences constantly in a state of…

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How Animated Films and Cinemas Can Avoid Sliding Into Oblivion

Thursday, July 31, 2014

The theatrical market for animated features has remained much the same for many decades. A few things have changed of course, but on the whole, things operate in much the same way that they always have. That is to say, films are released to cinemas first, then home media, then PPV cable, then regular cable, before finally spluttering onto regular TV many years after the initial release. Such a model has served the industry well for decades, but for cinemas, the jig may finally be up, and animated features are going to have to change if they are going to survive and thrive.

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Why Is Common Sense Being Ignored in Animated Features?

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Why is common sense being ignored when it comes to American animated features?

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Do Animated Films Really Impart Narcissism In Kids?

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Luke Epplin at The Atlantic thinks that animated feature films are brainwashing kids into being narcissistic and overly confident. Is he right?

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How To Stop The Digital Domain Failure From Happening Again

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

See the update/clarification at the end The Problem It’s almost a month since the word broke loose on an otherwise unusual Friday morning that Digital Domain was in…

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